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Values Video Series: Honesty/Clarity

It has been quite a journey sharing my values and how I honor them in my finances with you all. Not only has it deepened my understanding of my values but also stretched me to try a new medium of communication: videos.

Today I am sharing my last value: Honesty/Clarity. The only New Year's resolution I ever kept was to not lie to myself. That was the birthplace of my Honesty/Clarity value. Being honest with myself allows me to be in better relationships with those around me. In my finances, it allows me to be real with what is possible and what isn't.

As in all previous videos, I answer three questions:

  1. What is my value?

  2. How do I make financial decisions based on this value?

  3. How does it feel to honor my value in my finances?

Video Credit: Olivia Ray

As I mentioned, this is the last video in my values video series. I used this series to show you that making financial decisions based on your values is not only possible but practical.

I want to end this series by asking you: what do you value? What would it feel like to honor your values with your finances?

I'm excited to hear and explore those answers with you. If you also want to explore this more, reach out for a free consultation!

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